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BISB Student Reflects on Tanzania Service Learning Trip
Discover one student's perspective on a life-changing 9-day journey to Tanzania. From thrilling safaris to building classrooms and connecting with the Maasai tribe, this blog reflects on the transformative experiences and deep connections made by BISB students. Read the full blog to experience the magic and impact of this unforgettable service learning trip to Tanzania.
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How parents and educators can nurture global citizens through reading

In this blog post, we explore how literature nurtures global citizenship, emphasizing its impact on young learners. Through literature, children challenge stereotypes, embrace multiculturalism, and develop cultural competence. Join us as we celebrate the power of reading to cultivate global citizens.

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Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Teaching?
This blog delves into the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and education, covering its impact on teaching, diversity in learning styles, and the importance of ethical guidelines.
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Teaching Kids Emotional Regulation: Where Should Parents Start?

Delving into the world of child emotions, this blog unravels the key role of co-regulation in nurturing self-regulation skills. It explores how adults' guidance shapes children's emotional intelligence, offering insights into managing emotions and fostering resilient, self-assured children.

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Unlocking Your Child's Academic Success
In this insightful blog post, learn how parents can play a pivotal role in fostering their child's academic success by focusing not just on what they learn but on how they learn it. Discover valuable tips on imparting essential life skills like prioritization and thoughtful reflection, giving your child a head start on their journey to lifelong learning and achievement.
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Does it matter which university you choose?
Where you go is not who’ll you’ll be, were comments that sparked debate recently in the media and got many of us thinking, does that statement ring true for the university you choose? Windermere Preparatory School’s International Student Advisor Ruth Lahnston, Counselor Nancy Gerena, and British International School Chicago, South Loop’s Director of Counseling Lindsay Kafitz say students should choose a university that is the best fit for them.
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We believe that every student has the right to be respected and to feel welcomed. Internet and social media safety for students is of paramount importance, and our teachers, staff, students and parents all have a role to play in helping students become responsible internet users.
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How to establish good study habits for life
Ethan Hildreth, Superintendent at the Nord Anglia American International School in Abu Dhabi, says building good study habits at the beginning of the school year can help students achieve in and outside of the classroom, as well as pave the way for success in other areas of their life.
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Moving Abroad and Starting school in a new city
You and your family have finally made the move and adjusted to your new surroundings. Your children have already adjusted to the new city, and will soon need to adjust to their new school. Here are a few tips to help your child get started in their new school.
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Tips to get your child settled in after moving abroad
The excitement of embarking on a new adventure, and the anxiety of not knowing what to expect after moving abroad can cause a mix of emotions for you and your children. In the second part of our Moving Abroad Series, we offer some tips on how you can help your children settle in after relocating to a new country.
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Top 7 tips to prepare your child for the move abroad
Moving abroad can often be a very challenging time for parents and their children. Here is some advice on what to prepare for when embarking on a new chapter of life in an unfamiliar city.
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Seven Secrets to Success: Helping Your Child Excel in School
One of the most common questions that our teachers and principals receive is how parents can best support their child’s learning. As a school leader, parent of five children, and Nord Anglia’s latest addition in Abu Dhabi, Ethan shares his advice on how parents can make the most of their child’s experience in school.
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How to help your child get into a top US university
Applying to universities in the U.S. has changed over the years. What used to be a competition of measurable grades and test scores is now an evaluation of transferable skills. Find out what American universities are seeking and what your child can do to stand out.
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What's the right age to get my child a tablet?
Deciding what is the right age for your child to begin using technology can vary for every child and family. Craig Brown, Head of Learning Technologies at the British International School, Budapest, gives some advice on what parents should consider before giving their child a tablet.
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PTG Open Forum Explores Technology in School
The Parent-Teacher Group held their first Open Forum of the school year last Wednesday, working with parents, teachers and students to explore the use of technology in the school.
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BISB Celebrates Recent College Acceptances
Our Year 13 students have been busy collecting college acceptance letters from their mailboxes! Read on to explore where they've been accepted.
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BISB Grads Can Now List IB Diploma, Coursework on LinkedIn
Eager to spread the word about the benefits of an IB Diploma? Now International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme grads from our Boston private school and other schools around the world can list their achievement on their LinkedIn profiles.
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How to Teach Kids to Be Grateful
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, many adults are thinking about all of the things they are thankful for this year. But are our children doing the same? Learn some tips to help teach gratefulness to children of all ages.
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